I'm experimenting with the cookie treat pan. The only way I have figured out how to get the cookies out of the pan in one piece is lining the whole thing with parchment.
Other ideas welcome.
Is it something new? I haven't seen or heard of it before. I'll have to go look on the net and see what it is.
Used it once, couldn't get them out of the pan even though I followed the instructions, rolled and cut out the rest of the dough with cookie cutters, put pan in drawer, never got it out again. Guess it should go to the road. Save your money, IMHO
That's good to know Line Dancer!
Are these the kind you are talking about? Do you have to spray something in them? They kind of look difficult.
Yes, that is the kind, I had the Christmas trees, do not recall how you were to prepare the pans, but I did whatever the instructions said. Didn't work.
Thanks for letting me know!!
You are welcome.
I have used this pan several times and have never had a problem getting them out. I grease each 'cookie well' with Wilton Cake Release, but I have also used just regular old spray oil (Pam, or store brand). If you are doing that, the only other thing I can think of is the recipe you are using......